vaticinatory

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vaticinatory

  1. Related to vaticination.
    "The English antiquaries Leland and Bale suggested in the sixteenth century that the Welsh bards might be successors to the Druids, partly because the holy of holies of Druids had been on the island of Anglesey, partly because the bards, like the Druids, were figures of authority and, like the Druids again, had a vaticinatory function." - Prys Morgan, in "The Invention of Tradition"